Quick Bill going through on pip March i6

Hi Hope everyone is well,have you seen the news about what the government are now doing,they are putting a fast bill through,changing again the criteria,some to include depression and anxiety,diabetes 1&2 nerve damage die to diabetes the list goes on saying if you suffer these the changes are likely to affect you how wrong is all this ,its so scary.

Elfx

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  • Sorry and quite a few more not just those.

    Elf

  • Hi ELFLH74

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    I want to sincerely wish you all the best of luck and please take care of yourself my friend.

    All my hopes and dreams for you

  • Surely it depends what the changes are?, they may be positive and adding extra conditions and criteria, i havnt yet found a copy of the proposed changes.

    Blessings

  • Hi

    from what I read it will make thing clearer its just how its worded

    PIP is not awarded on illnesses but on how if effects you

    So please done worry

  • Do you have a link to view there changes ?

  • This is why I won't apply for pip

  • I've read this as I'm DLA to pip form filling at the mo.

    My understanding is upper tribunal passed the Law that

    Physiological distress when going out should be higher mobility allowances Also help with medications therapy

    The gov don't agree and are putting amendments in

    Then I read the Lords are going to quash it.

    That's just my understanding, I may be wrong

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